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topStories Friday, January 20, 2017
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10 Tips to Apply before Your Next Open House
By Joe Sesso, National Speaker for
Have you ever left your open house feeling like something wasn't right? Perhaps you wondered if one of your open house visitors wasn't there for the right reasons. Maybe you simply felt that something was off. Trouble is the last thing you want at an open house or showing, so we've compiled the following tips to prevent it from ever appearing. Secure the Property: Make it clear and evident to potential troublemakers that your property will not fall victim to mischief. Convince the property owner to invest in motion sensor lights so no one can creep about your listing unseen! Ensure all guns, medicines, jewelry, personal photos, bills, and spare keys are removed from the premises to prevent visitors from walking away with your client's belongings. ...
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Ask the Expert: Why Should Homeowners Take a Proactive Approach to Radon Testing?
Today's Ask the Expert column features Dan Steward, president of Pillar To Post Home Inspectors. Q: As we make our way through National Radon Action Month, why is it so... READ MORE >
Make 2017 Your Most Productive Yet
If you're like many real estate agents, you struggle with feeling truly productive. After all, you're busy each day, working non-stop to serve your clients. When you go home... READ MORE >
Housing Starts Spring 11.3 Percent, Ending 2016 on High Note
Housing starts ended 2016 on a high note, beating expectations and springing 11.3 percent above the prior month's figure. Privately-owned housing starts came in at... READ MORE >
Three-Peat: Mortgage Rates Dip Again
Mortgage rates dipped this week, marking a three week-streak of declines after sailing past 4 percent at the end of 2016. According to Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market... READ MORE >

Netflix's 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' Makes a Real Estate Funny
By Gabrielle van Welie
Last Friday the 13th truly lived up to the misfortune hype with the Netflix release of "A Series of Unfortunate Events." The sequence of misfortunes, narrated by Lemony Snicket (Patrick Warburton), begins with Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Welcomes Innovative Real Estate Group

National Real Estate Franchise Reports 'Shattering' Q4 and Year-End Records

Motto Mortgage Begins Offering Franchise Opportunities in Virginia

Weichert Family of Companies Collects More Than 13,500 Toys in Annual Drive


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